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Group Litter Pick – 9.30 am Friday 3rd February 2023

Join the HP Litter Pickers at 9.30am at Ropers Avenue on Friday 3rd February....

Play boules and table tennis in The Highams Park

Why not got to The Highams Park for a game of boules or table tennis. It's free to play but don't forget to book first...

Humphry’s Café in The Highams Park

Welcome to Humphry’s, so named in honour of Humphry Repton who landscaped the park and gardens in the 1790’s.

Woodford Golf Course: a walk through time

Have you ever wondered about the furrows on Woodford Golf Course? Local resident and keen golfer Nigel Reynolds has been doing some research and has some answers for you....

Highams Park food bank – The Hub Food Aid

Highams Park Food Aid supplies free food packages to local people in need of support during these difficult times.

Highams Park Lake

Highams Park Lake was once part of the “Highams Estate” and was created by the famous landscape designer Humphry Repton, in 1794.

Epping Forest

Formerly part of the much bigger Royal Forest of Waltham, Epping Forest is an extensive tract of ancient woodland of 2,400 hectares which spans...

The Highams Park

The Highams Park is an area of 28 acres just east of Highams Park Lake, with entrances from Tamworth Avenue, Henry's Avenue and Keynsham...

Larks Wood

Larks Wood is a remnant of the ancient woodland of Larks Wood which once included the nearby Ainslie Wood. It is a beautiful wood...

Mallinson Park Wood

Mallinson Park Wood was originally part of the Highams Estate until it was purchased by Lt. Col. Sir Stuart Mallinson in 1925 and were...

About Highams Park

Living in Highams Park Highams Park is great for commuters and families who want to live in this friendly, relatively undiscovered northeast corner of Greater...